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Because Vancouver doesn’t have that dating mechanism, it’s awkward for people to ask each other out.”Many of the men he’s worked with find Vancouver women to be intimidating.
Sebastien Lessard, 37, who came to Vancouver from Quebec City seven years ago, can attest to the intimidation factor.
I don’t think it’s fair or accurate to blame the city.
If someone turns you down, just don’t take it personally.
Is it the way the city is spread out and shuts down early, its denizens more likely to rise at dawn to pound up the North Shore mountains on their bikes before work than lie in and roll over for a little good morning sex? Is it seasonal affective disorder, a collective low libido?
“There is a lack of sexuality in Vancouver,” says Derkson, bluntly.
Guys have a hard time, too Ron Lee, 36, a marketer who ran a dating coaching service for many years in Vancouver, agrees that it’s tough to make a connection in this city.
She also finds it easier to connect outside of Vancouver: she met her most recent love interest at a wedding in France.
They don’t accept that men are what they are; the women have been burned a couple of times, they’ve read all the articles, they have a checklist: uh oh, he didn’t shave for three days. They believe their own conclusions about what a good guy is and what non-relationship material is; some weird criteria.”Kevin Quinlan, whose job as director of policy and communication for Mayor Gregor Robertson keeps him on call, even when he’s on a date, says he doesn’t buy into the idea that Vancouver is the problem.“Vancouver is an incredibly diverse place.
Generalizations obscure the fact that there are so many people with different interests.
Sebastien Lessard, is a 37-year-old single guy living in Vancouver.
He’s dated five years younger than his age, and up to 15 years older.